Alex Hall from 'Selling the OC' is bringing the chaos to season 2 thanks to her 'flirty' behavior with Tyler Stanaland

Alex Hall is making matters in the O Group office a tad more stressful...

Alexandra Hall on Selling the OC
(Image credit: Netflix)

Slowly but surely, we're getting acquainted with the Oppenheim Group in its entirety, including Alex Hall. 

The Selling Sunset spinoff, Selling The OC, is finally returning to Netflix for season 2 on Friday, September 8, and we're anxiously awaiting the turbulence and the glam.  Turning our attention to the realtors, who exactly is Alexandra Hall? She's definitely ready for any work-related challenges that await her. 

"I want people to take away that it’s hard work," she told the TODAY Show. "We work hard and we’re young, but we’re here for a reason. It’s not easy."

But we'd be remiss if we didn't bring up her *close* connection with a fellow realtor...

Who is Alex Hall?

Alex Hall is an Orange County native: she was born and grew up and where she still lives (similar to her co-star, Tyler Stanaland). According to her O Group profile, Hall "ranks in the top tier of Orange County real estate professionals and delivers a depth of expertise to her clients few others have to offer." No wonder Jason Oppenheim hired her!

She definitely has an edge in the field, as she came from a background in interior design. Her resumé boasts time at plenty of impressive companies, including Christie's International Real Estate and Southeby's, according to LinkedIn.

Who is Alex Hall dating? Is she single?

Alex Hall was previously married. She shares two children with her ex-husband, who has remained out of the spotlight. As far as dating goes, we see Alex Hall go on a date with a man named Jeremy on the first season of the show. She did reveal, however, that dating was not her top priority. 

"It's just a lot to juggle without trying to add dates into it. I don't want to go through what I went through again. I don't want to get divorced and now there are kids involved", Alex says while speaking to a client who met her partner on Tinder. "I was married for seven years and I have two beautiful children from that marriage. And I have started dating again, but it's very difficult and I used to think it was some fun thing to do. And now I realize it's just basically another job that I don't need. It's only so many hours in the day."

But that has stopped her from seemingly getting flirty with co-worker Tyler Stanaland. The two sparked dating rumors in September 2022 when they were seen cozying up to one another at the opening of Nobu Dubai at Atlantis The Palm.

In an interview with People, Hall denied that anything romantic was happening...thus far, considering he had just split from actress Brittany Snow.

"His close friends know a little bit more about his personal life than the audience knows. So anybody in their right mind, I mean, who do you call when you're going through issues? You call your friends. I think people really want to hold onto that idea that there's something there between Tyler and [I]. I mean, at this point, we're just friends, so there's nothing more to it," she revealed to People

And now that the season 2 trailer is making the rounds ahead of its premiere, she's unbothered by the fact that fans--and co-workers--think she's being a little too flirty with Stanaland, who split from Snow shortly after season 1 aired. 

In the second season, Brandi Marshall noted, "I think you guys are too friendly" and believes things look "sloppy," between the two, to which the realtor said, “I don’t give a f–k.”

The drama is on its way, folks! The drama is on its way.

Alexandra Hall on Instagram

You can find Alex Hall on Instagram at @alexhall_o.c. As well as family moments with her two children, you can also catch her with a few of her cast mates, like Lauren Shortt and Gio Helou (despite the little 'snub' incident).

Selling the OC season 2 will hit Netflix on Friday, September 8. 

Danielle Valente
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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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